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Ivanka Trump says she thinks a New York Times story claiming that her father mistreats women is a distortion of the facts. One reason: "He's not a groper."
"I found it to be pretty disturbing, based on the facts as I know them," Trump’s daughter told CBS host Norah O'Donnell in an interview that will air in full on Wednesday's "This Morning" show. "I'm not in every interaction my father has, but he's not a groper — it's not who he is," she said when asked about a specific account in the story where a woman said the presumptive Republican nominee groped her.
Trump said that she knows the real facts about her father because she is both his daughter and business partner.
The Times story — which was published over the weekend — says Trump made inappropriate comments about women.
“Interviews reveal unwelcome advances, a shrewd reliance on ambition, and unsettling workplace conduct over decades,” the Times intro reads.
But in the days following the story's publication, there has been strong pushback from Donald Trump and his campaign. And one of the main women in the story has come out against it, saying that the Times twisted her words to give a negative meaning to the story.
In her interview with CBS, Trump said that the story has been "largely discredited since (its publication.)"
"They had such a strong thesis and created facts to reinforce it. And, you know, I think that narrative has been playing out now," she said.
On Tuesday night Trump campaign manager Corey Lewandowski appeared on CNN and called the story libelous.
“It is libelous, because it was factually inaccurate,” Lewandowski said. “They had the opportunity to get it right, they chose not to get it right.”
Trump has repeatedly ragged on the interview via Twitter and on Tuesday night he went after one of the reporters specifically.
"Michael Barbaro, the author of the now discredited @nytimes hit piece on me with women, has in past tweeted badly about me. He should resign," he tweeted. But The New York Times and the reporters who wrote the story have adamantly stuck by it.
“We really stand by our story, we believe we quoted her fairly and accurately and that the story really speaks for itself," Barbaro said in an interview with CNN Monday.
And Wednesday morning he tweeted a response to Trump: "Trump had this to say about me in our interview last week: 'I will say recently Michael wrote very fairly, I have to be honest...'Fickle!"